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:1 ' 4 C THE SUPERIOR EXPRESS Thursday, June21,1973 Mr. and Mrs. Bob Dunn of Mrs. Winifred Canfield. Statevs. David L. Wilton; no ........ Wichita was an overnight guest Mrs. James McCormick driver's license, $10.00 and Lo /1 N It on Friday of her grandmother, entertained at a coffee for Mrs. costs. Stella Patrick. Mildred Anderson Monday Real Estate Transfers Statevs. Jimmy Turner; first Miss Charlotte Haskins is morning. Other guests were Harold PealtoGeorgeD. ~nd employed at the Coop station as Mrs. Winifred Canfield, Mrs. Virginia FoUmer; Lots 10, 11, ByMrs. Clarenee Jensby grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. bookkeeper. Verdi Lewis and Mrs, I~ttie and 12, Block 41, O.T. Nelson. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Searcy Floyd Davidson. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Creek Myers. Arnold D. and Mary Ann of Topeka visitedat thehomeof Mr. and Mrs. Dale Rothchild and daughters were Saturday Mr. and Mrs. James Mc- Lambert to First Federal their daughter, Mrs. Bob and Mary visited Mr. and Mrs. overnight guests of Mr. and Cormick visited Mr. and Mrs. Savings & Loan; Lot 3 and Part "The Ugly Duckling," The businessmen can Princess who tended geese- 800-642-9960 from 8:m~L~ story time treasury. 4:45 p.m., [o II "Funny Little Woman," Saturday. S count, overweight on axles, retold by Arlend" Mosel. Most specialists will $150.00, second count, over- distinguished pciture book 1972 answer questions, weight on axles, $100.00 and award. third count, reciprocity, $100.00 "When Willy Went To the Participate and costs. Wedding," Judith Kerr. State vs. Kent R. Thelander; "Letitia Rabbit's String state rodeo , !! /!ii Watson, and Mr. Watson Emmett Rothchild Friday Monday to Thursday. night. Mr. and Mrs. Gaylord Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Boman Rothchild were Sunday evening and Shelia of Republic were callers. Father's Day guests of Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Mrs. Paul Osborne for dinner. Stratman and Stacy spent the Mrs. Jim Jensby, Jeffrey,weekend visiting Mr. and Mrs. Ronnie and Diana were Sunday Howard Mettler. dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Davidson, Mrs. Russell Clarence Jensby. Mr. Jensby Lange of Manhattan, Mrs. was unable to come as he went Dallas Diamond and Gwen and with a church committee to Sherry Shoemaker attended the Wolback, Neb. Quarter Horse Shows at Omaha Mr. and Mrs. Jim Suggs, who Saturday and Tekamah on have just moved from Sunday. Sacramento to Denver, came Mr. and Mrs. Bert Diamond Wednesday to visit Mr. and and Becky, Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Galen Swank and family. Dennis Applyby and family of They returned to their new Formosa, Mr. and Mrs Howard home in Denver Friday. Appleby and Mr. and Mrs. Dale Lovewell D-Ex Club met with Erickson and family of Court- sister-in-law, Irene Jepson, 82, surgery at the Red Cloud Mrs. Henry Stoics Tuesday. land, Rick Defenbaugh of at theMethodistChurchinGoff, hospital Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Sisson Belleville, Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Kan. Mr. and Mrs. Lynn Lewis of called on Mr. and Mrs. Emmett Diamond and Richard Diamond Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Dull have Boulder, Colo., Danny Lewis of Mrs. Ernest Hyde. Other Charles Smith of Hastings members of the Creek family Saturday. were overnight guests of Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Miller of and Mrs Harold Mohler. Alma, Neb., and Mrs. Dennis Mr. and Mrs Don Swaim ofPool of Alliance, Neb, were Lexington; Neb., were weekend Sunday evening belated birth- guests of her parents, Mr. antit day dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Earl Dunigan. Mr Swaim Mrs. Jesse Platt. They had is a patient in the St. Joseph visited Mr. and Mrs. Elza Miller Hospital in Concordia for a few of Concordia Sunday. days because of a severe cough. Bruce and Melinda Ost of Phyllis Dunigan has moved to Franklin, Neb.; spent the last an apartment in Concordiaweekend with their grand- from Kansas City. parents, Mr. and Mrs. Earl Mr. and Mrs. Delmer Ronjue Garman. of Kearney; Neb.; came Friday Glen Richards and Deanna night to thehome of her mother, Charter of Sterling, Kin, called Violet Jepson. Saturday morn- on Mr. and Mrs. Earl Garman ing they all attended memorial and Johnny Saturday. services for Violet Jepson's Mrs Orville Hafner had Lots 2, 4 and 5, Block 22, O.T. Nelson. Glenn A. Williams to Johanna Powell; 3, Block 46, O.T. Superior. In District Court Lincoln Telephone and Telegraph Company, a Cor- poration Appellant vs. Boardof Equalization of County of Nuckolls, State of Nebraska, Appellee;appeal from County Board of Equalization. In The County Court Probate Department Estate of Anna Pavelak. deceased; final decree. Estate of Richard R. Eustace, deceased; petition for ap- pointment of administrator de bonis now with will annexed, order for hearing on petition andhearing to be July 2, 1973, at 11 a.m. no inspection sticker, $10.00 and costs. State vs. Vernon Krisher; overweight on axles, $80.00 and costs. State vs. Ronald G. Cox; no fishing license, $20.00 and costs. Marriage Department Rodney Louis Penner, 23, and Susan Kay Hill, 22, were married June 9 by Rev. Dale D. Doerr with Joseph Little and Linda Hill as witnesses. Public library Library Hours Monday through Friday 1:30-5:30; 7:00-9:00 p.m. June I through Aug. 31 Saturday 1:30-5:30 p.m. Adult Fiction "The Last Of the Southern Girls." Willie Morris Washington society in the 1960's Song," Russell Hoban. "Peep-Show," Pamela Blake. A Little Book of Rhymes. Remember summer reading activitites at the City Library. Anyone interested in a set of old Americana Encyclopedias, inquire at library. Toll free number for Phase questions at Topeka Mr. and family of the munity attended nual Kansas Rodeo at To Saturday and Jensby of Webber, : and Cheryl Taylo[ Marsha Craig ticipated from The Internal Revenue Service Taylor won first telephone lines are open to champion in bull answer questions about the Marsha Craig Phase IV Price Freeze. roping. Steve Richard P. Vinal, district qualified for the director of Internal Revenue for School Rodeo in Nebraska, said consumers and August. Rothchild Saturday afternoon, of Mankato and Dallas moved from Hutchinson, Kin., Denver, Linda Lewis of Mr. and Mrs. Ben Zadina of Diamond enjoyed a picnic at to the former Tim Mable home Cheyenne, Wyo., and Mrs. Estate of Kenneth Keith, is the setting for this novel deceased; inventory report and centered on the love affair KOYKER 7" J between a briliant southern Salina spent the weekend at the Lovewell Lake Sunday evening, in Formoso He is employed at Gertrude Smith of Boulder,final account, petition for woman and a Congressman. home of her parents, Mr. and honoring the fathers, the Co-op station. Colo., came Friday for the FARM AUGER determination of inheritance "Here Lies our Sovereign HANDLES GRAIN 50% FASTER Mrs Clinton Reynolds. Darla Mrs. Roy Jensby and Mr. and Mrs. Clair Libhart of Blair-Hallswedding; which was tax, petition for a final set- Reynolds had spent last week in daughters visited her mother, Pueblo, Colo., have been Satruday. tlement of account, ord:r for Lord," Jean Plaidy The final THAN MOST 6" AUGERS WITH novel in a triology of novels ONLY HALF THE WEAR! ,,,, Salina visiting in th ,Zadina Mrs. Joe Dawson, in Fairbury visiting friends and relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Ken Halls of hearing and hearing set fo July about King Charles, 11 of home. ' on Tuesday. They were house guests of his Denver; Colo., spent the ,, ..... Mr. and Mrs. Emmett Roth-Mrs. Russell Lange of cousin, Harvard Ross. Theyhad weekend with his daughter,2, 1973, at 11:30 a.m. England. Specaally deslgned screw turns child were Father s Day dinner Manhattan was one of the visited with Dr. DeanNywallof Mrs. JoeRhoe, and Mr. RhoeEstate of Roy Hayes, "Runaway Zero" Arthur augers-to last longer-yet h only half the RPM's of most ~ guests of Mr. and Mrs. Delbert Judges of horsemanship for the Slayton; Minn., before coming and attended the wedding of his deceased; petition for deter- Harley and John Castle. Spell moves more grain. Standard ~ ~AI:g'TV R mination of inheritance tax, binding early novel about an 26' unit can be increased to ~ "~r"~t~.l.l~I aothchild. Afternoon callers selection of the Nebraska here. They are both formerson, Charles. order assessing inheritance tax airliner trapped in flight. Many 56' by adding sections. ~ ~" were Mr. and Mrs. Darrell Quarter Horse Queen at the residents of Formoso and at- Mrs. Rhonda Flavin .was and certificate to county years out of print. Special 10' cleaning sec: Al l PHU Rothchild and children, Mr. and Omaha Show on Saturday tended school here. Dr. Nywall honored at a bridal shower at treasurer, tion for corn (option~ ~ SP01 Mrs. Marvin Crane and family There were 13 entries for queen, graduated with the class of 1930 the Town and Country Cafe Non-Fiction Rugged, yet well bal-~l~" ~ | of Superior and Mr and Mrs Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Hansen, Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Isaacson Sunday afternoon. Mrs. Janice Estate of Carl H. Swanson, "The New Golf For Women," anced-one man can~ ~ Rudy Havel of Wichita. Mr. and Mrs. Ivan Warren and and Mrs Etta Young made aBailey was hostess, deceased; petition for deter- Edited by John Coyne. Golfh'andle Non-slip ~ "~[ pair Mrs Chef Poole of Belleville Mr. and Mrs. Douglas Warren business trip to Coneordia on Mr. and Mrs. Steve Cosand mination of inheritance tax, instruction for women by winch holds auger ~ ~[ ~ graif~ visited Friday and Saturday and sons of Republic wereWednesday. While there they and familywereFriday evening orderand assessingcertificateinheritanCeto countytaX women.the LadiesLeadingProfessionalmembersGolff at anyposition. ~ ~ .V~ bt0CkS _with Mrs Floyd Davidson while Father's Day dinner guests of met a cousin, Clinton Swihart, guests of Mr. and Mrs. Nelson treasurer. -- grain I Mr. Poole helped Harlow Mr. and Mrs. Rodney Warren, of Wichita on the street. It was a Harris; honoring Mrs. Cosand's Association discuss tee shots, 1 up. g Watson with farm work. Mr. Craig and Monty Sunday. happy surprise as they hadn't birthday. Estate of Elmer F. Townsend, ..J g.. deceased; petition for deter- putting, use of long and short I grain and Mrs. Poole were Father's Everyone stayed for the visited with him for a number of Mrs. MattieGrubbscalledon ruination of inheritance tax, irons, etc. 1F Vu; l "A Good Life For More Day dinner guests of Mr. and evening and they celebrated years. He said their twins would Mrs. Nelson Harris Saturday order assessing inheritance tax, People," 1971 Year Book. Mrs, Dean Thornton Monty Warren's eighth birth- be juniors in high school next morning. Co, E, ........ p,oo,,,, stop Mr and Mrs. Roy Wilson of day Mr. and Mrs Darrellfall. He was the son of.Mr, and Shelly Harris a..d Cheryl certificate to county treasurer "Landscape For Living 1972" TILTING HOPPER SPEEDS GRA , cleal Concordia were Tuesday night Hansen and Teresa joined the Mrs. Lloyd Swihart, resldentsof Gutscher attended an Excalibur and receipt from county Agricultural Year Book. N_HeAN? mINIGI" = treasurer. Young Adult ig 3' x 4' hopper has 12 sq. get-tip cont supperWillardgUestSMettler.Of Mr. and Mrs. groUPMr and in theMrs.eVening.Willard Mettler ........................ Lovewell several years ago. OmahaInternatinallast SundayPet Seminarand wereat guardianEstate report.f Verdie Klinker; "Unwelcome Visitor," Allene I| it.for opening.uninterruptedUSe bothloading.sides DOYneeredCanfortiltsafetyhOpper.underEngl-all fit [ kw Mrs. Roy Jensby, Nancy and visited Mr. and Mrs. Kennethn "11 Saturday overnight guests of Corliss. I Feeds auger under pressure conditions / '~ Gwen were in Concordia onHutchinson, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Mr and Mrs. Robert Stineman JohnSmallKeeneryClaimg Courtvs. Floyd Gregg."Gregg Shorthand," Leslie ", or maximum capacity Fin- business Monday. Wilson and Marvin Stortz at -- --, 1- .... Mr and Mrs. Claude Frost Butler; suit for damages. "Gregg Dictation," Leslie Chr [$tel dlUll[--- Mr and Mrs Victor Collins their trailer homes at Lovewell By Mrs. Marsball Bisbop and Jackie of Esbon called on Herman Wayman vs. Dannyand Strony. and twins spent Thursday night Lake Saturday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Mrs. Stanley Johnson Monday Kirk; suit for rent. at the Willard Mettler home. Mr. and Mrs. Brian Simms ,, Children Terry and Tonya stayed until and Andrea joined the Simms Aspegren visited Mr and Mrs. afternoon. Superior Traffic Court Across The Meadow," Ben Phone 879-3221 Superior, Sunday night and Mr. and Mrs: relatives of Republic andDwight Lee of Warrensburg, Mr. and Mrs. Earl Buster of State vs. Leo Slayton; failing Sheeter. Mettler took them back toBelleville for a picnic at Mo., Wednesday through McPherson, Kin., were last to stop at stop sign, $10.00 and ml i i " ' F , Fn da ...... weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. costs. , =, ,. ==l =., Concordm and had a at I vewell Lake for ather s the park with Mr. and Mrs. Day. nan y rearmg oz retoolsKeithMorris. Daryl Morris and State vs. Jim Ehlers; Charles Cllins" Mr" and Mrs" Mr" and Mrs" Darrell Hansen came Thursaa" Y mrning "t Penny Seals f McPhersn were speeding' $25"00 and csts" I I I attend the Blair-Halls wedding also weekend ouests of Mr and State vs. John Fullerton; no Victor collins and Mr. andMrs, have been getting their house in Saturday. Morris " " driver's license, $I0.00 and Joe Collins and families. Republic ready to rent. Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Marshall Bishop ..... M costs. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Hansea,s grandmother, Mrs. Mfl lay din.n i, Mar., and Mrs. Floyd ye. Triffi Conrt Jensby was happy to Boyd Burge, mov i o:it on Mr. andS. Bibhop andand Mr. and Mrs: Lester 'State vs. Thomas Smith; Johnson, son of Mr and Mrs. Thursday. Martin Johnson of Republic, Mr. and Mrs. Darrell Hansen family and spent the afternoon Suchsland and Sharla werespeeding $15:00 and costs. whom they hadn't seen for and Teresa, Mr. and Mrs. with Mr. and Mrs. James Thursday guests of Mr. and State vs. Lester E. Cornish; Garman of Bladen, Neb. Mrs. Chris Kuhn of Salina. speeding, $15.00 and costs. years. Johnson retired from the Richard Romberger and Larry Gillett of. Valley Falls, navy two years ago, aRer Tammy, Victor Burge and Karl., spent the weekend with having served 22 years. He and Cheryl Essingler were Sunday his family now live at Seward, Neb., where he is attending Concordia College. Mrs. Gerald Shoemaker and Cogi returned to their home at awnee Mission Friday after spending the week here with Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Davidson. Sherry and Gwen Shoemaker stayed here and plan to spend the summer. Mark Fowler of Pueblo, Colo., came Thursday to visit his dinner guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Bob Burge in Republic. Formoso News By Mrs. Edgar Isaaeson Mrs. Derma Bartley entered the Republic County Hospital on Thursday and was a surgical patient Friday. She was dismissed on Wednesday. his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Douglas Oillett. James McCormick received word that his sister, Mrs. Mildred Green, is hospitalized in Casper, Wyo. Mrs. Ruby Brown of IAttleton, Colo., and Mrs. Donna Newlin of Denver were Monday through Wednesday guests of their sister and aunt, Mrs. Stanley Johnson, and Mr. Johnson. Mrs. Mildred Anderson of Georgia is visiting her mother, @@@ As Mayor of the City of Superior, I proclaim that it shall be lawful to sell fireworks, of the kind specified as "Permissable Fireworks" by the statutes of the State of Nebraska within the corporate limits of Superior between June 25 and July 4, 1973, and that it shall be lawful for persons to ignite the same or cause the same to be ex- ploded within such city on July 3, 4 and S, only,during said year. Dated June 21, 1973. FRED ALEXANDER, Mayor It is unlawful to throw fireworks from cars, on the streets, or at pedestrians, on the above date or at any time. Guilty parties will be arrested and prosecuted according to law. EMERY MARTIN, Chief of Police Benefits for Senior Citizens and others l For the first time ever, we've compiled these facts into one easily understandable booklet: Social Security benefits, Medicare allowances, Veterans programs, and common life insurance needs. And it's yours, free. Simply fill out the coupon below and mail to us today. Megrue-Price Funeral Home 750 COMMERCIAL - SUPERIOR, NEBRASKA Please send me a copy of your booklet, "'Benefits for Senior Citizens," free of charge. Name Address City .................. State -~ As I have sold my home, I will sell the following at auction, "located at 853 Central Street, Superior, starting at 6:00 p.m., on Frigidaire 30-inch electric range, real good 5-piece chrome dinette suite 3-piece Walnut bedroom suite, spring and mattress Mastercraft hide-a-bed and matching chair 6 Solid oak chairs 2 Blond oak chairs Rockers and lawn chairs Commode Hall tree Magazine rack Walnut end tables Maple lamps Large window fans Vaporizer Ice buckets Picnic jugs. 8 Dozen pint and quart fruit jars Chaise lounge with pads 2 Platform rockers Round oak dinette table and 4 chairs Yel]o.w swivel rocker Garden hose and sprinklem Quilts, blankets and electric b anket Hydraulic jack Bumper jack Scotts fertihzer.s )reader Lawn mower w th grass catcher Garden tools and other Lumber, old and new 12-quart pressure cooker Dishes, co )king utensils many more misce items Bucket stove, used to hest covered wagon Large solid copper kettle China hutch Several dishes Trunk 2 Tin cracker boxes Tin bread box Small metal cabinet 2 Lanterns Copper boiler lid. Food colander with 3 lel Blue fruit jam 8 Little salt dishes 2 Old cigar boxes Pottery casserole with frame Butter ladle Flat irons Rope making machine Large bread board Terms: Cash. No property removed until settled Andy Montgomery, Auctioneer, and Complete Auction